For craftspeople in the film industry, they’re a must-join.
Young entrepreneur Andrew Preble is capitalizing on an alternative entertainment trend just hitting
The passage of HB 829 is about much more than a cap on incentives.
New Orleans physician Mark Berenson does healthcare old school
— and he may just be on to the wave of the future.
Long before this year’s winners are announced, the New Orleans Film Festival celebrates some big wins of their own.
Local costume shops are seeing revenues rise year after year.
Recently released NOLA-shot film “The Runner” has a special meaning to Baton Rouge native Brooke Hoover.
The film industry takes a deeper look at the tax incentive cap
and starts to breathe again.
At the Lower 9th Ward Market, hope is still alive.
The Pitch Perfect franchise has been a big win for the state.
Restaurateur Ralph Brennan leads Biz New Orleans
on a personal tour through the newly renovated Brennan’s
and discusses plans for his latest high profile acquisition.
Highlights from this year’s Louisiana International Film Festival
From tackling bedtime to increasing the bottom line,
local “mompreneurs” do it all.
You are holding in your hands issue number eight of the new Biz New Orleans magazine. For this one, the cover topic was too personal for me not to take on the story myself, and I’m so glad I did…
For local actors, the next casting couch could be their own.
They make up half the population, but barely over 20 percent of film roles. What happened to art mimicking life?
In the wake of the seventh annual New Orleans Entrepreneur Week (March 20-27 – hope you didn’t miss it), it seems extra fitting to celebrate Chef Emeril Lagasse’s exciting milestone. Not only because the restaurant that started it all –…
New nonprofit The COOL Cooperative aims to get kids
excited about careers in the film industry.
Tim Williamson, co-founder of The Idea Village, discusses New Orleans’ rebirth as an entrepreneurial hot spot and efforts currently underway to take things to the next level.
February is a big month for parties and good times. And it also happens to be American Heart Month. It’s a lot, but we’ve got it all covered. For Carnival-goers, we introduce you to a must-have app that has you…
A look at the next few months of local filming
Local artist Alexander Harvie makes a living from providing newlyweds
with the ultimate wedding keepsake.
Captain of the Krewe of Orpheus and Chairman of the Mayor’s Mardi Gras Advisory
Committee, Sonny Borey is an integral part of New Orleans’ annual festivities.
Hollywood South has a few contenders in this year’s award season.